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Anonymous asked in SportsWrestling · 1 decade ago

Anyone want to know all the wrestlers?well here it is?

RAW brand

Male wrestlers

Shelton Benjamin

Lance Cade

Carlito (Carly Colón)

John Cena

Daivari (Shawn Daivari)

Jim Duggan

Mick Foley

Shad Gaspard

Charlie Haas

Jeff Hardy

JTG (Jayson Paul)

Brian Kendrick

King Booker (Booker Huffman)

Bobby Lashley (Franklin Lashley)

Paul London

Santino Marella (Anthony Carelli)

Robbie McAllister (Derek Graham-Couch)

Rory McAllister (Russell Murray)

Trevor Murdoch (Trevor Rhodes)

Randy Orton

Chuck Palumbo

William Regal (Darren Matthews)

Sandman (Jim Fullington)

Snitsky (Eugene Snisky)

Super Crazy (Francisco Pantoja Islas)

Umaga (Eddie Fatu)

Val Venis (Sean Morley)

Female wrestlers

Jillian Hall (Jillian Fletcher)

Mickie James

Maria (Maria Kanellis) - Also an interviewer

Melina (Melina Perez)

Candice Michelle (Candice Beckman)

Referees

Mike Chioda - Senior Official

Jack Doan

Marty Elias (Marty Rubalcaba)

Chad Patton

Other on-air talent

Jonathan Coachman - Interim General Manager

Todd Grisham - Backstage interviewer and occasional ring announcer

Jerry Lawler - Color commentator of RAW and occasional wrestler

Shane McMahon - Occasional appearances

Mr. Kennedy (Ken Anderson) - Appears in a non-wrestling role, due to a triceps tear

Queen Sharmell (Sharmell Sullivan-Huffman) - Valet and wife of King Booker

Jim Ross - Play-by-play commentator of RAW and Executive Vice President of Business Strategies

Ron Simmons - Occasional appearances

Inactive talent

Armando Alejandro Estrada (Hazem Ali) - Manager of Umaga - (kayfabe) Suffered an injury at the hands of Bobby Lashley

Lilian Garcia - Ring announcer - Suffered an anterior cruciate ligament tear

Shawn Michaels (Michael Hickenbottom) - (kayfabe) concussion, Suffered a "Blown Out" knee, will require surgery

Triple H (Paul Levesque) - Recovering from a quadriceps muscle tear

Stables and tag teams

Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch

Paul London and Brian Kendrick

Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard and JTG)

The Hardys (Jeff Hardy and SmackDown!'s Matt Hardy)

The Highlanders (Robbie McAllister and Rory McAllister)

The World's Greatest Tag Team (Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas)

SmackDown! brand

Male wrestlers

Batista (Dave Bautista)

Deuce (James Reiher, Jr.)

Domino (Cliff Compton)

Kenny Dykstra (Ken Doane)

Edge (Adam Copeland)

Eugene (Nick Dinsmore)

Finlay (David Finlay)

Ric Flair (Richard Fliehr)

Funaki (Shoichi Funaki)

The Great Khali (Dalip Singh)

Chavo Guerrero (Salvador Guerrero III)

Matt Hardy

Mark Henry

Kane (Glen Jacobs)

Brett Major (Matt Cardona)

Brian Major (Brian Myers)

Chris Masters (Chris Mordetsky)

Shannon Moore

Jamie Noble (James Gibson)

Montel Vontavious Porter (Alvin Burke, Jr.)

Dave Taylor

Jimmy Wang Yang (James Yun)

Female wrestlers

Kristal Marshall - Also a Backstage Interviewer; Teddy Long's Personal Assistant

Michelle McCool

Torrie Wilson

Victoria (Lisa Marie Varon)

Referees

Mickie Henson - Senior Official

Jim Korderas

Charles Robinson

Other on-air talent

Cherry (Kara Drew) - Valet of Deuce 'N Domino

Tony Chimel - Ring announcer

Michael Cole (Michael Sean Coulthard) - Play-by-play commentator of SmackDown! and Managing Editor of WWE.com

Vickie Guerrero - Assistant General Manager

Hornswoggle (Dylan Postl) - Sidekick of Finlay

John "Bradshaw" Layfield - Color commentator of SmackDown!

Theodore Long - General Manager

Maryse (Maryse Ouellet) - Appears in commercial post-bumps

Runjin Singh (Dave Kapoor) - Translator of The Great Khali

Inactive talent

Sylvan Grenier- Working dark matches

Gregory Helms - Major neck injury, receiving neck fusion surgery

Hardcore Holly (Bob Howard) - Suffered a (kayfabe) broken arm; healing from elbow surgery

Chris Kay - Referee; Under 60 day suspension[citation needed]

Ashley Massaro - (kayfabe) Suspended by Mr. McMahon

Rey Mysterio (Oscar Gutierrez) - Knee surgery; has been (kayfabe) re-injured

The Undertaker (Mark Calaway) - Suffered a biceps tear

Stables and tag teams

Deuce 'N Domino with Cherry

The Major Brothers (Brett Major and Brian Major)

ECW brand

Male wrestlers

Chris Benoit

The Boogeyman (Marty Wright)

Elijah Burke

CM Punk (Phil Brooks)

Marcus Cor Von (Monty Brown)

Tommy Dreamer (Tom Laughlin)

Balls Mahoney (Jonathan Rechner)

The Miz (Mike Mizanin)

Johnny Nitro (John Hennigan)

Nunzio (James Maritato)

Stevie Richards (Michael Manna)

Matt Striker (Matthew Kaye)

Kevin Thorn (Kevin Fertig)

Viscera (Nelson Frazier, Jr.)

Referees

Scott Armstrong (Joseph James Jr.) - Senior Official

John Cone

Mike Posey

Other on-air talent

Brooke Adams - Appears in Extreme Exposé

Kelly Kelly (Barbara Blank) - Appears in Extreme Exposé

Layla (Layla El) - Appears in Extreme Exposé

Justin Roberts - Ring announcer

Joey Styles (Joseph Bonsignore) - Play-by-play commentator of ECW

Tazz (Peter Senerchia) - Color commentator of ECW

Inactive talent

Rob Van Dam (Rob Szatkowski) - Out indefinitely with a (kayfabe) concussion, contract expiring, not expected to re-sign

Stables and tag teams

The New Breed (Elijah Burke, Marcus Cor Von and Matt Striker)

Developmental talent

Ohio Valley Wrestling

Male wrestlers

Jay Bradley (Brad Bradley)

Paul Burchill

Colt Cabana (Scott Colton)

Chet the Jett (Neil Bzibziak)

Atlas DaBone

Jesse Dalton (Ray Gordy)

Justice Dalton (Drew Hankinson)

Jacob Duncan (Ryan Wilson)

Charles Evans

Jake Hager

Kassidy James (Cassidy O'Reilly)

K.C. James (Kurt Sellers)

Johnny Jeter

Mike Knox (Mike Hettinga)

Vladimir Kozlov (Oleg Prudius)

Michael Washington Kruel (Mike Kruel)

Steven Lewington

Mike Mondo (Michael Brendli)

Derrick Neikirk

Nick Nemeth

Antoni Polaski (Michael Depoli)

Mason Raige (Jeff Velocci)

Cody Rhodes (Cody Runnels)

Dan Rodman (Daniel Rodimer)

Chris Rombola

Shawn Spears (Ronnie Arniell)

Ace Steel (Chris Guy)

Aaron Stevens

Female wrestlers

Victoria Crawford

Katie Lea (Katarina Waters)

Beth Phoenix (Elizabeth Carolan)

Roucka (Milena Roucka) - Valet of Mike Kruel

Other on-air talent

Dr. Thomas (Tommaso Whitney) - Manager of Charles Evans & Justin LaRoche

Kevin Keenan - Referee

Inactive talent

Matt Cappotelli - Recently had successful brain surgery; return date unknown

Stables and tag teams

The Daltons (Jesse Dalton and Justice Dalton)

The James Boys (Kassidy James and K.C. James)

Team Elite (Mike Knox and Derrick Neikirk)

Terminal Velocity (Chet the Jett and Steven Lewington)

Florida Championship Wrestling

Male wrestlers

Afa Jr. (Afa Anoa'i, Jr.)

Robert Anthony

Drew Galloway

G-Rilla (George Murdoch)

Kofi Nahaje Kingston

Heath Miller

Ryan O'Reilly

Shawn Osborne (Shawn McGrath)

Eric Perez

Sheamus O'Shaunessy

Sonny Siaki

Russell Simpson

Harry Smith

Ryklon Stephens

Keith Walker

T.J. Wilson

Female wrestlers

Nattie Neidhart

Shantelle Taylor (Shantelle Malawski)

Krissy Vaine (Kristin Eubanks)

Other on-air talent

Wes Adams - Referee

Nick Patrick (Nick Hamilton) - Referee

Stables and tag teams

The Samoan Fight Club - (Afa Jr. & Sonny Siaki)

Unassigned talent

Male wrestlers

Eddie Colón

René Duprée (René Goguen)

Chris Gray

Mariusz Puczko

Hade Vansen

Female wrestlers

Beulah McGillicutty (Trisa Hayes)

Talent Relations

Management

James Tyler Bailey - Director of Talent Relations

Simon Dean (Mike Bucci) - Talent Development Manager

John Laurinaitis - Senior Vice President of Talent Relations

Stephanie McMahon - Executive Vice President of Talent and Creative Writing

Creative team

Court Bauer - SmackDown! brand

John Carle - Unspecified

Christopher DeJoseph - SmackDown! brand

Brian Gewirtz - Vice President; Head Writer for RAW brand

Michael Hayes (Michael Seitz) - Vice President; Head Writer for SmackDown! brand

Jen Hunt - Unspecified

Dave Kapoor - RAW brand

Ed Koskey - RAW brand

David Lagana - Head Writer for ECW brand

Dusty Rhodes (Virgil Runnels, Jr.) - ECW brand

Zachary Soto - SmackDown! brand

Pantelis Ypsilantis - ECW brand

Producers / Trainers

Arn Anderson (Martin Lunde) - RAW Senior Producer

Brad Armstrong (Brad James)

Gerald Brisco

Brooklyn Brawler (Steve Lombardi)

Tony Garea (Anthony Garcia)

Robert Gibson (Reuben Kane)

Steve Keirn - FCW Director

Blackjack Lanza (Jack Lanza)

Dean Malenko (Dean Simon) - ECW Senior Producer

Pat Patterson (Pierre Clemont)

Brother Love (Bruce Prichard)

Dr. Tom Prichard - FCW Head Trainer

Irwin R. Schyster (Mike Rotunda)

Ricky Steamboat (Richard Blood)

Sgt. Slaughter (Robert Remus)

Al Snow (Allen Sarven) - OVW Head Trainer

Tim White

Steve Williams

Barry Windham

Other roles

Sue Aitchison - Manager of Community Relations

"Stone Cold" Steve Austin (Steve Williams) - Makes occasional appearances

Thomas Barreca - Executive Vice President of WWE Enterprises

Jayson Bernstein - Director of Corporate Communications

Eric Bischoff - Makes occasional appearances

Robert A. Bowman - Member of the Board of Directors

Max Bretos - Part-time interviewer

Dorothy Brill - Senior Vice President of Human Resources

Carlos Cabrera - Spanish commentator

Peter Clifford - Vice President of Affiliate Sales

Edward S. Cohen – Executive Vice President

Kristi D'Aliso – Promotions Manager

Lou D'Angeli - Director of Promotions and Event Marketing

Gary Davis - Director of WWE Smackdown Your Vote!

Carl Demarco - President of WWE Canada

Basil DeVito – Director of Marketing Initiatives

Pete DiNicola - Senior Vice President

Darren Drozdov - WWE.com reporter

Kevin Dunn - Executive Vice President of Television Production

The Fabulous Moolah (Lillian Ellison) - Makes occasional appearances

Howard Finkel - Part-time announcer

Donna Goldsmith - Executive Vice President of Consumer Products

Paul Heyman

Hillbilly Jim (Jim Morris) - Public Relations

Jim Johnston - Music Director

Brian Kalinowski - General Manager of Digital Media

Edward Kaufman - Executive Vice President

David Kenin - Member of the Board of Directors'

Jack Korpela - Part-time color commentator of Heat

Neil Lawi - General Manager of WWE Music

Dan Levi - Senior Vice President of Marketing

Josh Mathews (Josh Lomberger) - Editor and host of WWE 24/7, occasional commentator

Linda McMahon - Chief Executive Officer

Marissa Mazzola-McMahon - Director of National Public Relations

Shane McMahon - Executive Vice President of Global Media, Head of Media Relations Department

Vince McMahon - WWE Chairman

Heather Mitchel - Producer

Stephan Moore - Retail Development Manager

Christopher Nowinski - Public Relations

Gene Okerlund - Part-time interviewer

Joseph Perkins - Member of the Board of Directors

"Rowdy" Roddy Piper (Roderick Toombs) - Makes occasional appearances

Dr. Ferdinand Rios - Physician

Jason Robinson - Set Design

Geof Rochester - Executive Vice President of Marketing

Monty Ross - Senior Director of Marketing

Marcelo Rodriguez - Spanish commentator

James A. Rothschild – Senior Vice President

Hugo Savinovich - Spanish commentator

Bob Schrader - WWE.com Fan Columnist

Melissa Seffens - Director of Network Affiliate Marketing

Frank Serpe - Chief Financial Officer

Michael Sileck - Chief Operating Officer

Joel Simon - President of WWE Films

Stuart Snyder - WWE President

Michael B. Solomon - Member of the Board of Directors

Steve Taylor - Vice President of Event Operations

Tim Walbert - Member of the Board of Directors

Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. - Member of the Board of Directors

Andrew Whitaker - Senior Vice President of International Television

Mark Yeaton - Timekeeper

Mae Young - Makes occasional appearances

Julie Youngberg-Drozdov - Costume designer Release date Real Name Ring Name(s) Notes Reference

1960 Maurice Catarcio The Matador

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1960 Edward Gossett Eddie Graham

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1963 Antonino Rocca Antonino Rocca

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1963 Buddy Rogers "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers

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1969 Ed Farhat The Sheik

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1970 Wahoo McDaniel Wahoo McDaniel

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1972 Karl Istaz Karl Gotch

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1972 Camille Tourville Tarzan Tyler

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1974 Fred Blassie "Classy" Freddie Blassie Retired from wrestling to focus on being a manager. Citation needed

1974 Miguel Feliciano Miguel Feliciano

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1975 James Dudley James Dudley

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1976 Kevin Sullivan Kevin Sullivan

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1977 Wladek Kowalski Killer Kowalski

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1978 Charles Kalani, Jr. Professor Toru Tanaka

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1978 George Stipich Stan "The Man" Stasiak

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1979 Scott Irwin Yukon Eric

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1979 Ivan Koloff Ivan Koloff

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1979 Vincent J. McMahon Vincent J. McMahon Retired as owner of the WWWF and sold it to his son, Vincent K. McMahon. Citation needed

1979 Jimmy Valen Jimmy Valiant

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[edit] 1980's

Release date Real Name Ring Name(s) Notes Reference

1980 Ernie Ladd "Big Cat" Ernie Ladd Citation needed

1980 Bill White Wild Bill White

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1981 Lawrence Whistler Larry Zbyszko

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1981 Ed White Moondog King

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1982 Eddie Gilbert "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert

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1982 Lanny Kean Moondog Cujo

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1982 Paul McWight Moondog Rover

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1983 Tatsumi Fujinami Tatsumi Fujinami

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1983 Masa Saito Masa Saito

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1983 Bill Smithson Moondog Spike

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1984 Stan Hansen Stan Hansen

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1984 Houston Harris Bobo Brazil

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1984 Buzz Sawyer "Bulldog" Buzz Sawyer

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1984 Mikel Scicluna "Baron" Mikel Scicluna

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1984 Ray Stevens Ray Stevens

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1985 Mad Maxine Mad Maxine

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1985 Dick Murdoch Dick Murdoch

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1985 Dewey Robertson The Missing Link

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1985 Johnny Rodz Johnny Rodz

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1985 Buddy Rose "Playboy" Buddy Rose

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1985 Wendy Savinovich Wendi Richter

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1985 David Schultz "Dr. D" David Schultz Released after incident with reporter John Stossel. Citation needed

1986 Dory Funk, Jr. Hoss Funk

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1986 Stan Frazier Uncle Elmer

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1987 Takeshi Akabane Little Tokyo

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1987 Josef Bednarski Ivan Putski

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1987 Randy Colley Moondog Rex

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1987 Lionel Giroux Little Beaver Ended career after he suffered a back injury in a match with King Kong Bundy. Citation needed

1987 Raymond Kessler The Haiti Kid

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1987 Michael Kirschner Corporal Kirschner He failed a drug test and was suspended. Afterwards, Kirschner decided not to return. [1]

1987 Larry Latham Moondog Spot

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1987 Pedro Morales Pedro Morales

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1987 Barry Orton Barry O

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1987 Debbie Szestecki Debbie Combs

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1987 Eric Tovey Lord Littlebrook

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1987 Robert Windham Blackjack Mulligan

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June 1987 Tom Zenk Tom Zenk Contract dispute. Citation needed

July 4, 1987 Keith Franke Adrian Adonis

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1988 Sika Anoai Sika

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1988 Tom Billington Dynamite Kid

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1988 Craig Minervini Craig DeGeorge

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July 21 1988 Brian Blair B. Brian Blair Left due to unfulfilled promises to win the Tag Team titles never came to fruition. Citation needed

September 22 1988 Conrad Efraim S.D. Jones

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1988 Sam Fatu Tama

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1988 William Haynes, Jr. Billy Jack Haynes

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1988 Oliver Humperdink Oliver Humperdink

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1988 Reginald Lisowski The Crusher

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1988 Velvet Mykietowich Velvet McIntyre

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1988 Paul Orndorff "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff

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1988 Ken Patera Ken Patera

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1988 James Raschke The Baron

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1988 Sylvester Ritter Junkyard Dog, JYD

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1988 Bruno Sammartino Bruno Sammartino

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1988 David Sammartino David Sammartino

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1988 Patricia Karisma-Schroeder Leilani Kai

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1988 Michael Smith Sam Houston

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1988 "Superstar" Billy Graham "Superstar" Billy Graham

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1988 Peter Stilsbury Outback Jack

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1988 Noriyo Tateno Noriyo Tateno

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April 1988 Bruce Reed "The Natural" Butch Reed

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August 1988 Don Muraco Don Muraco

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1989 Tully Blanchard Tully Blanchard Was fired after failing a random drug test. Citation needed

1989 Scott Casey Scott Casey

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1989 Jean Gagné Frenchy Martin

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1989 Ronald Herd "Outlaw" Ron Bass

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1989 Melissa Hiatt Missy Hyatt

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1989 John Minton Big John Studd

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1989 Masashi Ozawa Killer Kahn

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1989 Harley Race Harley Race

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1989 Robin Smith Rockin' Robin

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1989 Max Taogaga Siva Afi

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December 1989 Tom Lister, Jr. Zeus

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[edit] 1990's

Release date Real Name Ring Name(s) Notes Reference

1990 Roger Barnes Ronnie Garvin

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1990 Allen Coage Bad News Brown Left due to claims that Vince McMahon failed to live up to promises. Citation needed

1990 Bill Eadie Ax

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1990 George Gray One Man Gang, Akeem

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1990 Hector Guerrero Gobbledygooker

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1990 James Janos Jesse Ventura

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1990 Al Perez Al Perez

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1990 Anthony White Tony Atlas, Saba Simba

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1990 Juanita Wright Sapphire

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1991 Brady Boone Battle Kat

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1991 Nick Busick Big Bully Busick Retired from wrestling. Citation needed

1991 Paul Centopani Paul Roma

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1991 Carly Colón Sr. Carly Colón Retired from wrestling. Citation needed

1991 Jim Barrell Boris Zhukov

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1991 Pete Doherty The Duke of Dorchester

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1991 Rick Harris Black Bart

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1991 Genichiro Tenryu Genichiro Tenryu

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1991 Koji Kitao Koji Kitao

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1991 André Rousimoff André the Giant Retired because he was too ill to continue wrestling. Citation needed

1991 John Tolos The Coach

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1992 Kerry Adkisson Texas Tornado Fired after failing random drug test. Citation needed

1992 Ray Fernandez Hercules

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1992 Elizabeth Hulette Miss Elizabeth Left the WWF shortly after her divorce from Randy Savage. Citation needed

1992 Adnan El Kassey General Adnan, Billy White Wolf

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1992 Andy Kindler Jamison

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1992 Mike McGuirk Mike McGuirk

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1992 James Reiher "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka

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1992 Terry Szopinski The Warlord

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1992 Pat Tanaka Pat Tanaka

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1992 John Wisniski, Jr. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine

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January 1992 Adolfo Bresciano Dino Bravo Retired from wrestling. Citation needed

December 1992 Kevin Wacholz Nailz Reportedly released after he attacked Vince McMahon over a dispute over money. Citation needed

1993 Charles Ashenoff Max Moon

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1993 Rob Bartlett Rob Bartlett

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1993 Wayne Bloom Beau Beverly

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1993 Tom Boric Paul Diamond

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1993 James Brunzell "Jumpin'" Jim Brunzell

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1993 Barry Darsow Smash, Repo Man

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1993 Mike Enos Blake Beverly

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1993 Jorge Gonzales Giant Gonzales

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1993 Jimmy Hart Jimmy Hart Left after McMahon asked for him take a 50% pay cut. Citation needed

1993 Raymond Heenan Bobby Heenan Left after McMahon asked for him take a 50% pay cut. Citation needed

1993 Steve James Lance Cassidy

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1993 Ken Johnson Slick Left to concentrate on preaching in his church. Citation needed

1993 Ed Leslie Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake

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1993 Sean Mooney Sean Mooney

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1993 John Nord The Berzerker, The Viking

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1993 Matt Osborne Doink the Clown (#1), Matt Borne

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1993 Lanny Poffo The Genius, "Leaping" Lanny Poffo

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1993 Sherri Russell "Sensational" Sherri Martel

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1993 Jerome Saganovich Jerry Sags

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1993 Merced Solis Tito Santana

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1993 Philip Theis Damien Demento

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1993 Brian Yandrisovitz Brian Knobbs

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1994 Tony Halme Ludvig Borga Retired due to injury Citation needed

1994 Jim Harris Kamala

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1994 Bruce Hart Bruce Hart

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1994 Keith Hart Keith Hart

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1994 Heidi Lee Morgan Heidi Lee Morgan

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1994 Fred Ottman Typhoon/Tugboat

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1994 Robert Rechsteiner Rick Steiner

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1994 Mike Shaw Bastion Booger

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1994 James Ware Koko B. Ware

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November 1994 Randy Poffo "Macho Man" Randy Savage

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1995 Afa Anoai Afa

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1995 Samula Anoai Samu Left due to excessive travel schedule. Citation needed

1995 Lou Albano "Captain" Lou Albano

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1995 Scott Bigelow Bam Bam Bigelow Left due to problems with the Klique. Citation needed

1995 Jeff Bradley Charlie Hunter

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1995 Steve Doll Steven Dunn

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1995 Harry Fujiwara Mr. Fuji Left due to excessive travel schedule and knee problems. Citation needed

1995 Claude Giroux Dink

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1995 Alfred Hayes Lord Alfred Hayes Left after getting in a car accident which resulted in him contracting gangrene and being confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Citation needed

1995 Robert Horne Mo

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1995 Mike Jones Virgil

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1995 Stan Lane Stan Lane

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1995 Ray Liccachelli Doink the Clown (#2)

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1995 Dan Marsh Dan Marsh, Danny Davis

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1995 Troy Martin Dean Douglas Quit after backstage problems with The Clique. Citation needed

1995 Debra Miceli Alundra Blayze Released after talking to WCW under contract. Citation needed

1995 Chris Pallies King Kong Bundy

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1995 Josip Peruzovic Nikolai Volkoff

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1995 Darryl Peterson Man Mountain Rock, Maxx Payne

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1995 James Richland Jimmy Del Ray

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1995 Gary Sabaugh The Italian Stallion

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1995 Akio Sato Akio Sato

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1995 Joe Scarpa Chief Jay Strongbow

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1995 Dan Spivey Waylon Mercy Retired after being injured in a match with Kevin Nash. Citation needed

1995 Jack Tunney Jack Tunney

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1995 Sione Vailahi The Barbarian, Sionne

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1995 Richard Vigneault "The Model" Rick Martel

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1995 Bill Watts Bill Watts Had many conflicts with Vince McMahon. Citation needed

1995 Timothy Well Timothy Well

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September 1, 1995 Lawrence Pfohl Lex Luger, The Narcissist Jumped ship to WCW, breaking his promise to Vince McMahon that he would stay. Citation needed

1996 Chris Candido Skip

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1996 Wayne Cowan Uncle Zebekiah

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1996 Mike Droese Duke "The Dumpster" Droese

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1996 Chad Fortune Travis

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1996 Terry Gordy Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy

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1996 Robert Miller Bushwhacker Butch

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1996 Louis Mucciolo Rad Radford, Louie Spicolli

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1996 Jinsei Shinzaki Hakushi

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1996 Warrior Ultimate Warrior Contract was terminated after several no-shows. Citation needed

1996 Erik Watts Troy

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1996 Brian Wickens Bushwacker Luke

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January 1996 Buddy Landel Buddy Landel Left after an injury sustained in a match with Bret Hart. Citation needed

1997 Tony Anthony TL Hopper, Uncle Cletus

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1997 Robert Bedard Rene Goulet

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1997 Scott Bednarski Scott Putski

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1997 Rick Bogner Fake Razor Ramon

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1997 Jamie Crookshanks J.C. Ice

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1997 Sid Eudy Sycho Sid, Sid Justice

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1997 Roy Wayne Farris The Honky Tonk Man

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1997 Doug Furnas Doug Furnas

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1997 James Hines Bobby Fulton

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1997 Barry Horowitz Barry Horowitz

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1997 Barney Irwin The Goon

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1997 Phil Lafleur Phil Lafon

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1997 Clarence Mason Clarence Mason

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1997 Masanori Murakawa The Great Sasuke

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1997 Todd Pettengill Todd Pettengill

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1997 Alex Porteau Alex "The Pug" Porteau

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1997 Jake Roberts Jake "The Snake" Roberts Released after failing drug tests. Citation needed

1997 Richard Rood "Ravishing" Rick Rude Left for WCW. Citation needed

1997 * Unknown The Commandant

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1997 Khosrow Vaziri Iron Sheik

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1997 Kelly Wolfe Wolfie D

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January 1997 Jose Lothario Jose Lothario

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November 1997 Bret Hart Bret "The Hitman" Hart Left after the incident at Survivor Series 1997 known as the Montreal Screwjob. [2]

December 1997 Jim Neidhart Jim "the Anvil" Neidhart Left WWF a month after the Montreal Screwjob. Citation needed

1998 Achim Albrecht Brakkus

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1998 Theodore Annis Teddy Hart Released for having "attitude problems." Citation needed

1998 Rodney Anoa'i Yokozuna He was unable to pass a physical required for professional wrestlers and was released. Citation needed

1998 Tom Brandi Salvatore Sincere, Tom Brandi

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1998 Joseph Bruce Violent J

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1998 Don Callis The Jackyl

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1998 Robert Fuller Tennessee Lee

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1998 Mike Hallick The Mantaur, Tank

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1998 Michael Hegstrand Hawk

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1998 Brian Lee Chainz, Evil Undertaker

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1998 Pablo Marquez Babu

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1998 Anthony Norris Ahmed Johnson Released after his wrestling style had begun to cause injury to his opponents. Citation needed

1998 Takeo Otsuka Mens Teioh

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1998 Luc Poirier Sniper

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1998 Juan Rivera Savio Vega

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1998 Shigeki Sato Dick Togo

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1998 Joseph Utsler Shaggy 2 Dope

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1998 Wally Yamaguchi Yamaguchi-San

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May 1998 Tammy Lynn Sytch Sunny Left the WWF for ECW. Citation needed

July 1998 Ricky Morton Ricky Morton

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August 1998 Del Wilkes The Patriot

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September 1998 Shian-Li Tsang Mrs. Yamaguchi-San

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October 1998 Jesus Castillo Jesus Castillo

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October 1998 Jose Estrada, Jr. Jose Estrada, Jr.

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October 1998 Miguel Perez Miguel Perez

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October 25, 1998 Leon White Vader Left after contract expired. Citation needed

1999 Christopher Daniels Conquistador Dos

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1999 Michael Durham Johnny Grunge

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1999 Paul Ellering Paul Ellering

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1999 James Myers George "The Animal" Steele

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1999 Ted Petty "Flyboy" Rocco Rock

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1999 Mike Plotcheck Bart Gunn, Bodacious Bart

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1999 Alicia Webb Ryan Shamrock

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February 1999 John Tenta Earthquake, Golga

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April 1999 Don Harris Don Harris, Jared Grimm, Jacob Blu, 8-Ball

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April 1999 Ron Harris Ron Harris, Jason Grimm, Eli Blu, Skull

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April 1999 Dan Severn Dan "The Beast" Severn

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May 1999 Marcus Merowitz Marc Mero

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July 19, 1999 Nicole Bass Nicole Bass Left after claiming she was sexually harassed. Citation needed

September 1999 Marianna Komlos Marianna, Mrs. Cleavage

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September 1999 Paulo da Silva Giant Silva

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October 5, 1999 Vince Russo Vince Russo Left after having a falling out with Vince McMahon over the increased workload placed upon him. Citation needed

October 16, 1999 Jeff Jarrett Jeff Jarrett Contract expired. Citation needed

November 1999 Robert Maillet Kurrgan, The Interrogator

Citation needed

November 1999 Ken Shamrock Ken Shamrock Left to go back to UFC. Citation needed

[edit] Early 2000's

Release date Real Name Ring Name(s) Notes Reference

2000 Robert Backlund Bob Backlund

Citation needed

2000 Rebecca Budig Rebecca Budig

Citation needed

2000 Duane Gill Gillberg

Citation needed

2000 Glen Ruth Thrasher

Citation needed

2000 Jason Traverse Jason Sensation

Citation needed

January 2000 Carl Ouellet Jean Pierre LaFitte/Pierre

Citation needed

January 2000 Jacques Rougeau The Mountie

Citation needed

February 2000 Gertrude Vachon Luna Vachon Released from her contract due to allegedly taping the mouth of a producer shut. Citation needed

March 2000 Curtis Hughes Mr. Hughes

Citation needed

May 30, 2000 David Smith The British Bulldog

Citation needed

June 2000 Cathy Dingman Barbara Bush (B.B.)

Citation needed

July 2000 Vic Grimes Key

Citation needed

September 2000 Caryn Mower Muffy Mower

Citation needed

October 2000 Dennis Knight Mideon, Phineas I. Godwinn

Citation needed

November 3, 2000 Frostee Moore Mandy

Citation needed

December 2000 Brian Gerard James Road Dogg, Jesse James, Roadie Released after showing up for a Raw show in an "unfit work state" due to drug use. Citation needed

December 2000 Cynthia Lynch Bobcat Released from her contract. Citation needed

2001 Sara Calaway Sara Storyline ended; made brief appearances for WWE later. Citation needed

2001 Jim Dotson Jim Dotson Left to pursue other interest. Citation needed

February 27, 2001 Stacy Carter The Kat, Miss Kitty Released for behavior problems backstage. Citation needed

June 2001 Jason Arhndt Joey Abs

Citation needed

June 2001 Peter Gasperino Pete Gas

Citation needed

June 2001 Ron Killings K-Kwik Mutually agreed on release due to lack of push. Citation needed

June 2001 Rodney Leinhardt Rodney

Citation needed

July 2001 Joseph Hitchen Just Joe

Citation needed

July 9, 2001 Marcus Bagwell Buff Bagwell Released for unprofessional conduct. Citation needed

August 2001 Charles Warrington Chaz, Mosh, Beaver Cleavage Released from his contract. Citation needed

September 2001 Terri Poch Tori Was asked to train more but refused and was released. Citation needed

September 2001 Jesús Guadalupe Delgado Seldaña Essa Rios

Citation needed

September 24, 2001 Brian Adams Brian Adams, Crush Left WWF when he was asked to go to a developmental territory. Citation needed

September 24, 2001 Bryan Clark Bryan Clark, Adam Bomb Left WWF when he was asked to go to a developmental territory. Citation needed

November 30, 2001 Joanie Laurer Chyna Laurer sat out her contract after negotiations stalled around May 2001; her WWF contract ended November of that year. Citation needed

2002 Raymond Rougeau Raymond Rougeau

Citation needed

2002 Billy Silverman Billy Silverman Asked for release due to constant hazing. Citation needed

April 2002 Takao Yoshida Taka Michinoku

Citation needed

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[edit] 2002-2003

Release date Real Name Ring Name(s) Notes Reference

2002 Uliuli Fifita Haku, King Tonga, King Haku

Citation needed

2002 Jerry Lynn Jerry Lynn Went To TNA Wrestling. Citation needed

May 7, 2002 Scott Hall Scott Hall, Razor Ramon Released for obscene behavior on a plane trip and for drug and alcohol related issues. Citation needed

May 8, 2002 Curt Hennig Mr. Perfect Released after reportedly becoming intoxicated and getting into a fight with Brock Lesnar on a return flight from the United Kingdom. Citation needed

May 26, 2002 Raymond Traylor The Big Boss Man

Citation needed

July 2002 Gurjit Singh Tiger Ali Singh

Citation needed

August 25, 2002 Sean Waltman X-Pac, 1-2-3 Kid Left WWE in a mutual decision. Citation needed

September 7, 2002 Michael Alfonso Mike Awesome

Citation needed

September 27, 2002 Sean Stipich Shawn Stasiak, Meat

Citation needed

October 2002 Steve Blackman Steve Blackman Retired due to injury. Citation needed

October 2002 David Fliehr David Flair Released from developmental contract. Citation needed

November 24, 2002 Page Falkinburg "Diamond" Dallas Page Left after a neck injury suffered in a match with Hardcore Holly. Citation needed

November 24, 2002 Perry Satullo Perry Saturn

Citation needed

December 5, 2002 Charles Wright The Godfather, The Goodfather, Kama Mustafa, Kama, Papa Shango

Citation needed

January 2003 Barry Buchanan Bull Buchanan, Recon

Citation needed

January 2003 Scott Levy Raven, Johnny Polo Left After A Contract Dispute. Citation needed

February 14, 2003 Accie C. Connor D'Lo Brown Left to wrestle in Japan. Citation needed

March 2003 Kevin Kelly Kevin Kelly Left to pursue other ventures. Citation needed

March 2003 Debra Marshall Debra Walked from WWE in 2002 following Stone Cold Steve Austin's departure, WWE did not announce this until 2003. Citation needed

April 2003 Eric Angle Eric Angle Released from developmental contract. Citation needed

May 2003 Wayde Bowles Rocky Johnson

Citation needed

June 2003 Terry Taylor Terry Taylor, Red Rooster

Citation needed

July 2003 Terry Bollea Hulk Hogan, Hollywood Hogan, Mr. America Contract Expired. Left To star in both TV and Movies. Citation needed

July 1, 2003 Mike Lockwood Crash Holly, Crash Released on suspicion that he was using drugs. Citation needed

December 6, 2003 Nathan Jones Nathan Jones Requested release due to heavy travel schedule. Citation needed

December 31, 2003 Kevin Nash Kevin Nash, Diesel Left After Contract Expired. Citation needed

[edit] 2004-2005

Release date Real Name Ring Name(s) Notes Reference

February 4, 2004 Zach Gowen Zach Gowen Released due to alleged attitude problems. Citation needed

February 9, 2004 Chris Klucsaritis Chris Kanyon Kanyon claims that he was released because he is a homosexual. Citation needed

February 12, 2004 Ernest Miller Ernest "The Cat" Miller Retired Citation needed

February 12, 2004 Desmond Thompson Lamont

Citation needed

March 15, 2004 Bill Goldberg Goldberg Contract expired, declined to re-sign. Citation needed

March 15, 2004 Brock Lesnar Brock Lesnar Left to pursue career in the National Football League. Citation needed

April 3, 2004 Sean O'Haire Sean O'Haire Released after he was involved in an altercation with a female and was charged with assault. Citation needed

April 3, 2004 Terri Runnels Terri Runnels, Marlena Released Due To Budget Cuts. She Also Claims It Was Time For Her To Retire. Citation needed

April 15, 2004 Yoshihiro Asai Ultimo Dragon Asked for release to go back to Japan. Citation needed

June 2004 Rue DeBona Rue DeBona Asked for release. Citation needed

June 2004 Brian Lawler Grandmaster Sexay, Brian Christopher Released for allegedly using muscle relaxers. Citation needed

June 2004 Jacqueline Moore Jacqueline Released due to budget cuts. Citation needed

June 15, 2004 Chavo Guerrero Chavo Classic Released for no-showing a SmackDown! house show two days earlier. Citation needed

July 17, 2004 Solofa Fatu Rikishi, The Sultan, Fatu Released after refusing to lose weight. Citation needed

August 5, 2004 Ryan Sakoda Sakoda

Citation needed

August 10, 2004 Rena Merowitz Sable Was released due to budget cuts. Citation needed

August 17 2004 Scott Rechsteiner Scott Steiner He & WWE agreed on his release. Citation needed

October 26, 2004 Carmella DeCesare Carmella DeCesare Was no longer needed and released. Citation needed

November 1, 2004 Matthew Bloom A-Train, Albert, Prince Albert Budget cut; released while he was injured with a torn rotator cuff. Citation needed

November 1, 2004 Monty Sopp Billy Gunn, Mr. ***, Billy G, RockaBilly Left After Contract Expired. Citation needed

November 2, 2004 Rico Constantino Rico Was released due to budget cuts; Retired from wrestling. Citation needed

November 3, 2004 Nidia Guenard Nidia Was released along with Gail Kim and Chuck Palumbo. Citation needed

November 3, 2004 Gail Kim Gail Kim Released due to budget cuts. Citation needed

November 4, 2004 John Hugger Johnny Stamboli

Citation needed

November 12, 2004 Linda Miles Linda Miles, Shaniqua Released because of attitude problems. Citation needed

December 31, 2004 Dwayne Johnson The Rock, Rocky Maivia Retired from wrestling to focus on his movie career. Citation needed

February 2005 Amy Weber Amy Weber Left after hazing from other Superstars. Citation needed

March 2005 Rochelle Loewen Rochelle Loewen Left because she felt she wasn't getting enough exposure. Citation needed

April 11, 2005 Terry Gerin Rhyno Released for having a rather public argument with his wife in a hotel foyer, breaking a vase in the process. Citation needed

April 11, 2005 William Moody Paul Bearer

Citation needed

April 12, 2005 Nora Greenwald Molly Holly, Mighty Molly, Molly Requested release for personal reasons. Citation needed

April 12, 2005 Aaron Aguilera Jesús Aguilera, Jesús, Uno

Citation needed

April 18, 2005 Lance Evers Lance Storm Asked for his release due to the condition of his back. Citation needed

May 11, 2005 Matt Wiese Luther Reigns

Citation needed

June 2005 Lauren Jones Lauren Jones Left to star in movies and TV shows, considers coming back. Citation needed

June 30, 2005 Marc Lloyd Marc Lloyd One of the first release in WWE's major budget cuts in Late June/July of 2005. Citation needed

July 5, 2005 Maven Huffman Maven Was released along with 20+ others in July 2005. [3]

July 5, 2005 Matt Hyson Spike Dudley, Spike WWE decided not to renew his contract. Believed to be a cost-cutting measure by WWE. [3]

July 5, 2005 Peter Gruner Billy Kidman, Kidman Was released due to budget cuts. [3]

July 5, 2005 Mark Jindrak Mark Jindrak Is one of the 20+ superstars released in July 2005. [3]

July 6, 2005 Jackie Gayda Miss Jackie Is one of the 20+ superstars released in July 2005. [3]

July 6, 2005 Joy Giovanni Joy Giovanni Was released due to budget cuts. [3]

July 6, 2005 Devon Hughes D-Von Dudley, Reverend D-Von WWE decided not to renew his contract. [3]

July 6, 2005 Mark Lamonica Bubba Ray Dudley, Buh Buh Ray Dudley WWE decided not to renew his contract. [3]

July 6, 2005 Matt Morgan Matt Morgan Was released along with 20+ others in July 2005. [3]

July 6, 2005 Dawn Marie Psaltis Dawn Marie Was also released along with 20+ others in July 2005; she was pregnant at the time. [3]

July 6, 2005 Hiroko Suzuki Hiroko Is one of the 20+ superstars released in July 2005. [3]

July 6, 2005 Kenzo Suzuki Kenzo Suzuki Is one of the 20+ superstars released in July 2005. [3]

July 8, 2005 Jim Cornette Jim Cornette Released after many backstage confrontations at OVW. [3]

July 18, 2005 Earl Hebner Earl Hebner Released for selling WWE merchandise without permission. Citation needed

July 19, 2005 Dave Hebner Dave Hebner Released in connection with Earl Hebner incident. Citation needed

July 22, 2005 Lisa Moretti Ivory Is one of the 20+ superstars released in July 2005. Citation needed

July 25, 2005 Brian Heffron The Blue Meanie Short-term contract expired Citation needed

August 13, 2005 Frankie Kazarian Frankie Kazarian Asked for his release after WWE wanted him to cut his hair. Citation needed

August 26, 2005 Christopher Irvine Chris Jericho Left wrestling to tour with Fozzy, do movies and spend time with family. Citation needed

September 11, 2005 Daniel Puder Daniel Puder Was released due to budget cuts; offered a lower salary but refused. Citation needed

September 21, 2005 Mark Copani Muhammad Hassan Taken off TV at request of UPN over a storyline. Quit shortly thereafter. [4]

October 29, 2005 Brian Hebner Brian Hebner Released, shortly after his father Earl Hebner and uncle Dave Hebner, for behavior problems. Citation needed

October 31, 2005 Jason Reso Christian Contract expired. Citation needed

December 5, 2005 Christy Hemme Christy Hemme Released as a budget cut. Citation needed

December 8, 2005 Yoshihiro Tajiri Tajiri Asked for his release so he could go back to Japan. [5]

[edit] 2006-2007

Release date Real Name Ring Name(s) Notes Reference

2006 Terry Funk Terry Funk

Was injured at One Night Stand and advised not to return. Citation needed

January 2006 Elisabeth Rouffaer Elisabeth Left WWE because she didn't feel like wrestling was the right job for her. Citation needed

January 6, 2006 Eduardo Aníbal González Hernández Juventud Guerrera, Juventud Released for poor behavior backstage. Citation needed

January 17, 2006 Jon Heidenreich Heidenreich Released by WWE after taking time off for ear infection. Citation needed

February 2006 Thea Vidale Momma Benjamin Gimmick had ended. Citation needed

February 10, 2006 Tom Matera Antonio Budget Cut [6]

February 10, 2006 John Roselli Romeo Budget Cut [6]

February 13, 2006 "Cowboy" Bob Orton "Cowboy" Bob Orton

budget cut [7]

February 22, 2006 John Toland James Dick Released due to backstage incident with his tag team partner. Citation needed

February 22, 2006 Chad Wicks Chad Dick Released due to backstage incident with his tag team partner. Citation needed

March 9, 2006 José Alvarado Nieves Super Porky Was released with entire Juniors Division. [8]

March 9, 2006 Unknown Octagoncito Was released with entire Juniors Division. [8]

March 9, 2006 Unknown Piratita Morgan Was released with entire Juniors Division. [8]

March 9, 2006 Unknown Tsuki Was released with entire Juniors Division. [8]

March 9, 2006 Unknown Mascarita Sagrada, Max Mini Was released with entire Juniors Division. [8]

March 9, 2006 Unknown Pequeño Violencia Was released with entire Juniors Division. [8]

March 21, 2006 Matt Anoai Rosey Mutual decision, both parties thought it was a good idea for him to take time off. Citation needed

April 4, 2006 Travis Tomko Tyson Tomko Asked for release due to lack of Matches. Citation needed

April 27, 2006 Brian Mailhot Palmer Cannon Requested release after hazing by other superstars. Citation needed

May 26, 2006 Orlando Jordan Orlando Jordan He was released for having an unauthorized person with him on the road and backstage at events. Citation needed

June 6, 2006 Joseph Laurinaitis Road Warrior Animal, Animal, The Road Warrior Released after throwing a temper tantrum backstage because his character ideas were all turned down by management. Citation needed

June 14, 2006 Virgil Runnels III Goldust, Dustin Rhodes Released because he missed a Raw show while attending to family problems. Citation needed

June 29, 2006 Joseph Dorgan Johnny Parisi

Citation needed

July 2006 Stacy Keibler Stacy Keibler, Super Stacy Let contract expire to pursue an acting career. Citation needed

August 25, 2006 Kurt Angle Kurt Angle Granted an early release from his contract for personal reasons. [9]

September 17, 2006 Patricia Stratigias Trish Stratus Retired from wrestling. Citation needed

September 27, 2006 David Cash Kid Kash Released due to "attitude problems" [10]

September 28, 2006 Peter Polaco Justin Credible, Aldo Montoya, P.J.Walker Released after no-showing an ECW taping and for failing to contact WWE management afterwards. Citation needed

September 29, 2006 Marty Jannetty Marty Jannetty Fired for going AWOL and not contacting the office afterwards. Citation needed

October 12, 2006 Francine Fournier Francine Released from her contract. [11]

October 12, 2006 Brent Albright Gunner Scott, Brent Albright Released from developmental contract [12]

October 26, 2006 Ted DiBiase "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase

[13]

November 1, 2006 Dionicio Castellanos Psicosis He was released following an arrest for allegedly stealing a car in Mexico. [14]

November 26, 2006 Amy Dumas Lita Retired to focus on acting and music career. Citation needed

December 13, 2006 Amy Zidian Amy Zidian Released from her contract because of attitude problems. [15]

December 15, 2006 Dan Morrison Danny Doring Released from his contract. [16]

2007 Todd Romero Steve Romero

Citation needed

January 18, 2007 Chris Anderson C.W. Anderson, Christopher W. Anderson Budget cut. [17]

January 18, 2007 Doug Basham Doug Basham Budget cut. [17]

January 18, 2007 Carlene Begnaud Jazz Budget cut. [17]

January 18, 2007 Rodney Begnaud Rodney Mack Budget cut. [17]

January 18, 2007 David Heath Gangrel Budget cut. [17]

January 18, 2007 Danny Holly Danny Basham Budget cut. [17]

January 18, 2007 Mike Shane Jake Gymini Budget cut. [17]

January 18, 2007 Todd Shane Jesse Gymini Budget cut. [17]

January 18, 2007 Charles John Spencer Tony Mamaluke Budget cut. [17]

January 18, 2007 Sylvester Terkay Sylvester Terkay Budget cut. [17]

January 19, 2007 Chris Chavis Tatanka Budget cut. [18]

January 20, 2007 Bill DeMott Bill DeMott, Hugh Morrus Budget cut. [18]

February 2007 Paul Wight The Big Show Contract expired. [19]

February 27, 2007 Andrew Martin Test Released from contract [20]

March 22, 2007 Rebecca DiPietro Rebecca Released

[edit] RAW

Jillian Hall (Jillian Fletcher)

Mickie James

Maria (Maria Kanellis) - Backstage interviewer, occasional wrestler

Melina (Melina Perez) - WWE Women's Champion

Candice Michelle (Candice Beckman)

Queen Sharmell (Sharmell Sullivan-Huffman) - Valet and wife of King Booker

[edit] SmackDown!

Cherry (Kara Drew) - Valet of Deuce 'N Domino

Kristal (Kristal Marshall) - Backstage interviewer, occasional wrestler

Maryse (Maryse Ouellet) - Hostess of SmackDown!

Michelle McCool

Victoria (Lisa Marie Varon)

Torrie Wilson

[edit] ECW

Brooke (Brooke Adams) - Member of Extreme Exposé

Kelly Kelly (Barbara Blank) - Member of Extreme Exposé

Layla (Layla El) - 2006 WWE Diva Search winner, member of Extreme Exposé

[edit] Inactive Divas

Ashley (Ashley Massaro) - (kayfabe) Suspended indefinitely

Lilian Garcia - RAW ring announcer, inactive due to injury

[edit] WWE Developmental Divas

[edit] Ohio Valley Wrestling

Victoria Crawford

Katie Lea (Katarina Waters)

Beth Phoenix (Elizabeth Carolan)

Roucka (Milena Roucka) - Valet of Mike Kruel

[edit] Florida Championship Wrestling

Nattie Neidhart

Shantelle Taylor (Shantelle Malawski)

Krissy Vaine (Kristin Eubanks)

[edit] Unassigned Talent

Beulah McGillicutty (Trisa Hayes Laughlin)

[edit] Notable former WWE Divas

Ariel (Shelly Martinez)

Nicole Bass

Chyna (Joanie Laurer)

Debra (Debra Marshall)

Christy Hemme

Molly Holly (Nora Greenwald)

Ivory (Lisa Moretti)

Miss Jackie (Jackie Gayda)

Jacqueline (Jacqueline Moore)

Jazz (Carlene Begnaud)

The Kat (Stacy Carter)

Stacy Keibler

Gail Kim

Lita (Amy Dumas)

Dawn Marie (Dawn Marie Psaltis)

Nidia (Nidia Guenard)

Terri Runnels

Sable (Rena Mero)

Trinity (Stephanie Finochio)

Trish Stratus (Patricia Stratigias)

Sunny (Tammy Lynn Sytch)

Tori (Terri Poch)

Luna Vachon (Gertrude Vachon)

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  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Thanks for the info

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I need your help! Do u know if Chris Benoit has a brother? And their family once owned half of WWE? And whether Chris Benoit's brother was also a champion before? What was his name? How did he look like? Thanks!

  • 1 decade ago

    Thank You for that Unessecary reading material.

    on a side note,,,

    I think (Eugene)Snitsky and Eugene should team up.

    Snitsky has no talent, and Eugene's a "retard".

    Theyd be The Eugenes.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    you have way to much time on your hands. imagine what you could be doing instead of watching tv all day.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    it took me a long time to read all that

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    We could have just visited Wikipedia.

  • 1 decade ago

    That was awesome!!

  • 1 decade ago

    i care!

  • 1 decade ago

    Wow. How long did that take you to write down lol.

  • 1 decade ago

    thanks for your time copying and pasting -.-

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